For the past several decades, each year on Gaudete Sunday, the Third Sunday of Advent, children (and adults) bring their Baby Jesus figures from the crib at their homes to St. Peter’s Square. Here, the Pope blesses both the people and the figurines during the Angelus. This year we will
Here are the Christmas Mass Times for All Saints Parish 2018. We look forward to seeing you and welcoming you into our churches. Our Parish
There is an old Mexican tradition called ‘Posada’. A young man and a young woman from the Parish are selected to dress up as Mary and Joseph and then spend the days of Advent travelling from house to house asking for a room for the night and telling their hosts
Carole and Jon Bryant represented All Saints Parish at the Adoremus Eucharist Congress in Liverpool last weekend. Carole says: “Jon and I feel very blessed at having the opportunity to attend Adoremus Eucharist Congress Liverpool 2018. We had a wonderful time and met with many different people from Diocese all
On Thursday 6 September five of our music group turned out for a double recording of BBC Songs of Praise at St David’s Church Exeter, led by the well-known composer Graham Kendrick (‘Shine Jesus Shine’, ‘Meekness and Majesty’ and many more). We ended up in the second row so we
Parishioner, Julia Crimmins is taking part in the Banger Rally Challenge, together with two friends and a Nissan Micra called ‘Maud’, to raise awareness and money for the Refugee Council.# The Refugee Council works to help vulnerable refugees to rebuild shattered lives. It offers advice on housing, employment, education as
At the beginning of September All Saints Parish will be launching Name Badge Weekend across all three churches in the Parish. From 1st/2nd September onwards, when you arrive at our churches in Dawlish, Shaldon or Teignmouth on the first Saturday or Sunday of each month, you will be greeted by
On Sunday 22 July Father Mark celebrated the 30th anniversary of his ordination as a priest. While Father Mark thought the plan was a modest affair involving tea and cake after Mass followed by a small family meal, the Parish had other ideas and a SURPRISE party had surreptitiously been organised.